HSO205 - Occupations in Childhood Development
|Year||2017 unit information|
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 1: Waterfront (Geelong)|
|Previously coded as:||HSO201|
This unit is only available to students enrolled in H355 Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
|Prerequisite:||HSO102, HSO104 (or HSO101)|
Stream 1 (Academic): 1 x 2 hour class plus 1 x 1 hour seminar per week; Stream 2 (Fieldwork): Practice skills via simulated placement
This level 2 unit, which comprises both academic and practicum streams, addresses concepts related to occupational performance of children between birth and adolescence.
Students will study how physical, cognitive and/or social developmental disabilities/delays can impact on a child's ability to engage in meaningful occupation and acquire vital skills for future development and learning. Students will also study how these components can influence and are impacted by the child's environment and how occupational therapy can assist in developing a child's occupational performance within different contexts.
Topics to be addressed in this unit include: typical childhood development, conditions which impact on childhood development and occupation, relevant learning theories applied to occupational performance which impact on childhood occupation, relevant occupational therapy models and assessment, environmental adaptation to enhance occupational performance and family and person centred approaches to promote goal setting and intervention.
Students will address these topics through classes, seminars and team-based learning opportunities.
Assessment task 1: Weekly online quizzes 20%
Assessment task 2: Parent checklist - occupational development (1000 words) 20%
Assessment task 3: Case study report (2000 words) 40%
Assessment task 4: Practice skills test (1.5 hours) 20%
Note: students must achieve a pass in both HSO205 and HSO206 in order to meet the prerequisite requirements of HSO303 and HSO305.
Case-Smith, J. (2014). Occupational Therapy for Children and Adolescents. 7th Ed. Elsevier - Health Sciences Division. ISBN 139780323169257
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